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Green Cloud relocates HQ to Next Innovation Center


Green Cloud Technologies will move into the Next Innovation Center this week. (Photo/Liz Segrist)
Green Cloud Technologies will move into the Next Innovation Center this week. (Photo/Liz Segrist)

Staff Report
Published March 18, 2013

Greenville-based Green Cloud Technologies, a cloud technology solutions provider, announced Monday plans to relocate its corporate headquarters into the Next Innovation Center.

Green Cloud CEO Shay Houser
Green Cloud CEO Shay Houser
The new facility will accommodate the company’s current and future needs, a necessity due to its rapid growth, according to a news release. Green Cloud has hired 22 employees in the past year and plans to add 25 more positions over the next 12 months.

The Next Innovation Center, located at 411 University Ridge in Greenville, is a hub of tech and entrepreneurial companies and startups. Green Cloud will move into its new space on Friday. It previously was located at 115 N. Brown St., Suite 200.

“Green Cloud has grown dramatically over the last year and this new location will help us better serve our customers and partners,” Green Cloud Technologies CEO Shay Houser said in a news release. “We’re excited about moving to a facility built for growth and collaboration of innovative companies like Green Cloud.”

The company plans to utilize the open concept space at Next to allow for more growth, internal collaboration and an enhanced customer experience.

Green Cloud also plans to open sales offices in four additional, undisclosed markets by early spring.

Since opening in 2011, the company has opened regional sales offices in Charleston, Nashville, Tenn., and Tampa, Fla.

Green Cloud provides virtual server, unified communications and business continuity solutions to small- and medium-sized businesses through the cloud.

The founders of Green Cloud also founded NuVox Inc., which Windstream Corp. acquired for $647 million in 2010.

Previous coverage

Green Cloud to open 4 offices in Q2
Green Cloud Technologies appoints president
Green Cloud expanding to Florida
Green Cloud to open Nashville office
Green Cloud secures financing to build Nashville data center
Green Cloud expands to Charleston
Green Cloud contracts with Immedion

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